Innovation in Legal Education

In a competition for the best oxymoron, “innovation in legal education” would surely be a contender.  After all, law schools have taught students largely the same knowledge and skillset for decades, despite dramatic changes to the modern legal marketplace.  One...

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Google Glass for Lawyers

I had fun on Monday sharing my thoughts about Google Glass on WRKO.  (Earlier coverage in the Boston Herald is here.) As I noted in the interview, I've been thinking about how to use Glass in the classroom ("Glass in Class").   This fall, I'm going to try taking...

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Ethics, Technology, and Billing

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Lawyering in an Age of Smart Machines

Should law students know computer programming?  Yes, says Suffolk Law Professor Marc Lauritsen, if they want to thrive in the new legal landscape. Marc Lauritsen is a lawyer with a mission.  By the end of a decade, he wants every law school to offer at least one...

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The Future of Law

Frederic S. Ury JD’77, a renowned Connecticut trial attorney, often speaks on the future of the legal profession before lawyer groups all over the country. A big part of his message is a summary – and a warning – about how technology is changing the profession, and...

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Student Innovator: Kim McGinn JD’14

Kimberly McGinn ’14 doesn’t plan to practice law in Nebraska. Nor does she intend to practice divorce law anywhere. But there are divorcing Nebraskan parents who will be helped by her work for years to come. That’s because, at the request of Nebraska Legal Aid, McGinn...

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